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Toxic and Non-Toxic Plants Toxic and Non-Toxic Plants
The ASPCA has a list that contains plants that have been reported as having systemic effects on animals and/or intense effects on the gastrointestinal tract. See plants that are toxic to dogs, cats, and horses.
Pet Care Articles And Information Pet Care Articles And Information
At PetCareJournal.com, you'll find articles and information dealing with pet health care, supplies, names, training, and many other issues related to keeping pets.
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The Library of Congress provides their recommended internet resources about Animal Welfare, Companion Animals and Veterinary Science.

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HealthyPet.com
The American Animal Hospital Association presents HealthlyPet.com which gives detailed information about dog care, cat care, referral hospitals, and other resources.


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